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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbriclge Bally Herald, Monday. October Page 3: Are offering Furniture at prices that should make you sit up nights wondering how they can sell high-class Furnitare at such ridiculously low prkes. The reason is we do not want to move our present sfeck, s6 have profits ancE cost in order to clear at wprth before moving to our new We pay freight on on all orders of or upwards, to any part of Al- berta. Stock to choose from, the best selected stock in Southern Alberta, all new and up-to-date, from a baby carriage to an iron bed; a high chair to a buffet. To Linger is to Lose. Buy now and save dollars. It should look good to you. We wish also to especially caH your attention to our stock of Table Linens, Napkins, White Quilts, Sheetings, Towelling and Towels These goods have only been added to our stock-in the last ten days, so you are assured of getting all new goods at half the regular price. HOTEL ARRIVALS cHRvP. Ward, Nnsica. U.S.A.; E. j. Pilling and John Murray, Cardston; Dan Alton, Strath- jcona; p. E. HI Jus. Grandy jWiimonton; A. R. Pilling, Cardston'; I E. French and wife, Spring Cou- jiee; C. Richardson and wife, baue, N. Y.; J. W. Hutt, Winnipeg; weroert G. Hireville, Edmonton; G. vv. Hambiin, Toronto; C. W. Bright carmangay; Mrs. B. H. Sherman, Du- iuth, Minn.; D. E. Jr., Card- ston; P. Stephens and 'wife, and G. Cunningham and wife, Macleod; A. L: Lianes, Atlanta, 111.; Ciaas. B. March, Kaiispel, Mont; W. T. Patton, Coutts: Grady, Warner; G. L. Jack, Win-' mpeg; c. H. Baker; Macleod; Less Kichardson, Coutts; H. W. Craig, Vancouver; A. B. McVay, Hi.; Chas. R. .Freeland and Geo. C. brebner, Toronto: W. G'. 'Johnson, J. 'H. Fraser, Qu'Appelle; I Lloyd Van R. Milli- gan, Purple Springs; Ledone, Win-' nipeg; C. R. Hutchison and wife, Salt Lake H. 'Detchon and wife, Win- win. H; Hazel and wife, and {Mrs. Rose Stover, St. Paul; M. Crouch, Claresholm. i Cameron Mon- treal; W. C. Mitchell, .Vancouver; K. Black, Windsor; A, W. and Miss E. Clapperson, Hamilton; Jos. St. Mars, Winnipeg; Andy Divid- json, Fernie; J. N. Jacquot, Winnipeg; L. Smith, Cedarville, Ohio; Edith Cook, Niagara Falls; R. A. Macleod' Macieod; Geo. Wetter, Taber; Miss E. I'umtrey, Hamilton; Miss L. K. Ver- miiyea, Cajgarj-; S. K. Haworth, De- !roit; H. E. Knight, Warner- J S vanwinkle, Danville, E. Palmer -viacleod; S. W. Richard, Winnipeg; A, Suary, Montreal; W. J. Gray W. L. Brown, iu.-, M. F. Goughnour and wife, Port- end, N. D.; H, Graig, Calgaryi Neil urafly, Warne.r; Robert Patterson, Macieod; F. -F. Allison, Toronto; A. Mihell, Calgary; E. S. Babe, High jHn-er; M. Grigg and H. M. Dick- 'son, Calgary; E. H. Mack, Carman- say; Ed. Youngberg, "Gull 'Lake, Sask. Fred Kindt, Calgary; W. H, Snyder, St. Paul; A. W.- Xictinann, Chicago; W. B. Davis, Milwaukee. J. Kerr and D. Mac- kenzie, Carmangay; Stephen Hotgate England; J. W..Lelsh. Calgary; R-. S. iieniey and Carl Bradshawi Great fails; W, A. Siegel and wife and F.- Kupp; Brock. Sask.: Thos. H. Woolford uardston: Alex Maclean, Calgary; s. 1 S. -.Graham, Warner. N. H.L. IvJeppia and George Kleppin, Wessing- S. D.; A, Bow -island; E. M. Orr, Rosemead; Mrs. :Afchambia, Rosemead; Robert "Gallo- _ Harry Cummings, Dia- mond, City. C. Barnett, Whit- H. High. River; Fred A. -Altorada, Alta.: Sam Orebaugh, New Dayton; C. E. Brown and G. A. Ferguson, Ponoka; F. W. Hopkins, Welson: Monarch; Frank' Bush, .Calgary: Miss Emma Jones. Kaymond: .W. H. Migrecly, Lacombe. The Evely Sales Co. GARDENER AT 17r'HITE HOUSE LEAVES CASH To Restore Church in His Old English Home Condon. Oct. old parish enurch at Ciialteris, Cambridge, has been' restored through the generosity of a man who had long been a gard- ner at the White House grounds, vvasmngton. D. C. In this connection nere is an interesting story told toy his relatives. Robert Wright was sexton of the, j enurch in the first part of the last! j century, and his son William was a 1 j fleiper. The lad, however, set otu j j for America, where he obtained a po-i jsiiion at the White House. j I Years after he naid a visit to his j old home, and found the chinch crumbling away. He returned to Am- ionca. tending the White House gard- lens under the presidencies of Hayes, t.arfield, Grant, Cleveland and Harri- i son. i Eventually, retiring he came back Mo Walrhamstown, where he spent the remainder of his days. i In his first will he left for The repair of Chatteris church, later IIP left the residue of his property to the .restoration fund, and in all the legar-y amounted to nearly and now. six years after his death, the object of his ambition is completed. POLICE THINK THEY HAVE GOT LEON LING Laredo, Texas.. Oct. Chinaman giving the name of Loi Sing and sus- pected of being Leon Lrng. wanted in A'ew York Tor the murder of Elsie Sigei, was arrested here today while attempting to enter the'United' Slates trom Mexico. The subject admitted that he formerly lived in New York and Washington. He is being held at the instance of the immigration au- inomies. Struck by lightning during a thun- derstorm, the residence of Charles Wilman. Canifton, Ont., totally I destroyed bv fire. I The highest price steel range Ling carries in stock is regular price. The longest price you can pay for Ling's best stove is UNLOADING PRICE, For you my dear man with the good wif e with the cheby smile. We know it's hard lor her to get you up m the morning to take your breakfast at the we'll gamble our last dollar, she'll-'get you up tomorrow morn- ing and trot you down to the isn't to be sneezed at in October, with the cold weather on ahead and coal sell- ing at a ton. will buy over 4 tons of coal anyway and that will help some. Then you know, too. that you have the BEST RANGE THAT MONEY CAJV apart from the You can take the HAPPY THOUGHT RANGE OR THE PREMIER MARATHON LING'S BEST KANGES Largest water front made. These celebrated steel ranges with 22 in. oven, high warming- closet, nickel hearth, nickel towel rack: nick- el T shelves, adjustable raising top; oven thermometer; air tight dampers: nickel base and curved nickel legs. A liaiKlsonie rane. Heaters of Profit to Cast Iron Cook Stoves at Saving in proportion tolhe and the best one. you want Steel 'Range at the price of a stove will buy Now at Line's; ;